CommonBond Communities broke ground on December 8 for construction on The Lumin, 830 Cretin Ave., which will provide 60 units of housing for seniors in the Highland Bridge development. Residents will be people ages 55 and older who earn 30 percent or less of the Twin Cities area median income (AMI). Seven units will be reserved for formerly homeless seniors. Ryan Companies, Highland Bridge’s master developer, is the general contractor for The Lumin, which is scheduled to open in fall 2023. Located at the intersection of Cretin and Bohland avenues, The Lumin is the first of 10 planned affordable rental developments at Highland Bridge. The property will include a wellness room, community room and bike storage. It will also feature sustainable building elements to reduce energy, water consumption and carbon emissions. 



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